Japan pays compensation for Covid vaccine deaths for the first time; will it set a precedent?

Given that European and U.S. databases on vaccine adverse events have already recorded tens of thousands of deaths associated with the experimental vaccines despite under-reporting, Japan's official investigations appear to be relatively low.

Covid injections, Japan pays compensation for Covid vaccine deaths for the first time; will it set a precedent?

In Japan, taxpayers will have to pay for compensation for at least one victim of the Covid injections because the manufacturers gave themselves a free pass. Other cases are under review.

Will this now be a precedent?

Canada, for example, has launched its first national vaccine injury compensation program out of necessity.

Other countries cannot avoid introducing similar mechanisms, as the number of vaccine injuries can no longer be hushed up or denied.

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As reported by the Japanese newspaper Mainichi, a subcommittee of Japan’s Ministry of Health has awarded compensation to the family of a 90-year-old woman under the National Immunization Law.

Covid injections, Japan pays compensation for Covid vaccine deaths for the first time; will it set a precedent?

A causal link between the vaccination and the woman’s death could not be denied. Accordingly, the compensation is likely to be the equivalent of more than US$320,000. The newspaper reports:

According to the Ministry of Health, the woman, who was over 90 years old, suffered an acute allergic reaction and an acute heart attack after the vaccination, from which she died. She had pre-existing conditions, including a mini-stroke and high blood pressure.

At the July 25 subcommittee meeting, 12 people who had died after receiving the Covid shot were investigated. One was “approved,” while 11 others remained “in limbo.”

Given that European and U.S. databases on vaccine adverse events have already recorded tens of thousands of deaths associated with the experimental vaccines despite under-reporting, Japan’s official investigations (i.e., 12 cases) appear to be relatively low.

(Dr. Clare Craig Reviews the Latest German Data Showing As Many As 1-in-500 Serious Adverse Events)

Is this possibly intentional to avoid compensation payments in the billions for fatalities and vaccination victims?

Because then the state budget would have to pay for it, especially since Pfizer, Moderna & Co. have given themselves an exemption to not have to pay for vaccination damage.

However, this first compensation payment could also set the ball rolling and motivate the relatives of other vaccination victims to seek appropriate legal action.